Sunday, November 30, 2008

Fell on Black Days

Fell On Black Days

Whatsoever I've feared has
Come to life
Whatsoever I've fought off
Became my life
Just when everyday
Seemed to greet
Me with a smile
Sunspots have faded
And now I'm doing time
Cause I fell on
Black days

Whomsoever I've cured
I've sickened now
Whomsoever I've cradled
I've put you down
I'm a search light soul
They say but I can't
See it in the night
I'm only faking
When I get it right
Cause I fell on
Black days
How would I know
That this could be my fate

So what you wanted to
See good has made you blind
And what you wanted to
Be yours has made it
Mine
So don't you lock up
Something that you
Wanted to see fly
Hands are for shaking
No not tying

I sure don't
Mind a change
But I fell on black
Days
How would I know
That this could be
My fate





Friday, November 28, 2008

This I've Learned: Week no. 48 year 2008

This past week and the one before this one I had/went some events/situations and I certainly did learned a few things. This is the good thing about living and the days passing by. They always teach you something for good or worst but you learn. That is what makes life a little bit more exiting [lets say...]
  1. When you organize an event like the one that took place in La Placita de Santurce you BETTER check it the place is big enough for the crow that will attend. Good bands, but way to fucking crowded and no place to move. Good shows by the bands good sound but small place. Free events NEED more space to make the people feel comfortable not compressed to one another. Thanks!
  2. I really liked the technique of applying acrylic first to the shows then paint them with the rest of colors needed. The marker does stick to it. Does't run off when wet. That is a super plus. Might apply this technique from now on since it is more user/buyer friendly.
  3. Im enjoying having Qik on my phone. I finally managed to add my Qik videos to my Youtube videos .
  4. Don't drink too much don't mix drinks will give you the headache of your life. You might enjoy the feeling the night before but in the morning you will regret it. I think this one everybody knows it... 
  5. Note to Parents or those parenting: Choose wisely your words when you want your offspring to help you out in something. If you don't do this you might end up all alone doing the work at the end. I guess that isn't what you planned for, right?
  6. Be always honest with your boss. pay attention be honest not rude not to harsh just honest. so they know where/what you stand for. That way they wont play games with you or dare to make you a stupid question. It always work for me.
  7. I still don't like any of the lolly pops songs. I think they are stupid. WAY stupid.. nonsense.
  8. I still don't enjoy holidays like the one we had yesterday Thanks Giving Day. Not that I don't believe in it cause I do. But again it is all commerce shit and no real meaning behind it. You should give thanks everyday for what you have not pretend you are grateful just for one day and fuck up the rest of the year. I spent the whole day sleeping had a good day.
  9. XMas is around the corner but hey we know that since before Halloween. many places had already decorated the place skipping the Thanks Giving Day. Way to show you care about the giving thanks thing.. nop they don't just give them the damn gifts of XMas.
  10. Friends. What are friends? Really, what makes us want to have friends loneliness? boredom? what? Im still searching for that answer. I know people right now I don't know if I've friends. Just people that I know. Sorry! 
  11. I care too much for the people around me sometimes. I should stop doing that. It is stupid.
  12. Please, please! Don't try to choose for me what is best for me. Don't tell me you don't want to hurt me. It wont be the first time and Im sure it wont be the last time either. Getting hurt is part of the process of life. So let me choose if it will hurt me or not. Thank You and thanks for caring but no... Let me decide that!
  13. Always respect your elders. Learned the hard way [at least my parents.. my grandparents are saints haha..] But thanks to someone I learned that I do have to respect my parents. Im sorry I did that "in front" of you. Wont happen again.
  14. Hennessy , Bacardi Mojito and Jägermeister are pretty good. Now all together not that good if you know what I mean. Thank you!
  15. I liked the tweetup very much. Looking forward to the next one but with no alcohol this time. HA! It was nice meeting in real life the people I spent most of my morning/lunch/noon/afternoon/night/midnight with.
  16. I think I'm liking too much the alcohol thing. 
  17. Cranberry juice is one of the best thing ever.
  18. I think that family trips [flying and such] are over. Will from now on travel with friends and such. Perhaps one or other family member but not together. I'm too old for that shit already.
  19. I really want a Wii for XMas but I've other priorities for now.
  20. Someone told me that Söndag might get real heavy cause you wont ever get pregnant. Meh!
  21. Ouh!... Don't you ever say no to something you want or would like to have. I had this [hehe...] lets say offer that I said NO to then later on regretted. I know it did kept me thinking for a few days. It was something I could only dream of and it just happen that it was request not by me but to me and I said NOOO! stupid me. ahhh. Another day!! another day!! I didnt sleep that night after those words were mentioned. Still today can't believe I said no.
  22. I like my new blog layout.
  23. I like my new store .
  24. I'm reading the licencia de conducir book. So things are about to change soon.
  25. Facebook once again is taking over the world.
  26. I shouldn't have accepted all the people I have on my lists on facebook it might bring me some problems. Right now I really don't care but people are so noisy and stupid.
  27. Today is to so called BLACK FRIDAY but the governor fuck that up to. No huge sales this year. Thanks to thhe BLACK WEEK with NO IVU he gave when the no hurricane Omar visited us. Gotta love him.

Monday, November 24, 2008

Introducing: StockArt

For years we heard of this online shops or places where you can sell your stuff [art, old things, new things, whatever..] I have been wanting to sell my art for a long time but didn't know how to work that out. While on deviantart.com I read about etsy.com and bigcartel.com . Both are online pages that give you the opportunity to sell your art, crafts and many other things.

I even check the famous ebay.com domain opened an account that I have never ever used. Then went to paypal.com and did the proper opening an account too in order to be able to give/get money the easy way direct from the back and stuff.

Finally today November 24 2008 I opened my freaking store with the people of bigcartel.com. Why bigcartel.com well they are more concentrated on the small seller, is easy to use/build store and above all reasons it works directly with paypal. This paypal thing was my main issue and they covered that up.

If everything goes as planned I might upgrade StockArt [that is the name of the store/shop] from time to time it depends on your demand for me to upgrade it. You can also go to the store by clicking the store tab on the navigation bar here on the blog. I will have for sale many products like plushies, cushions, canvas, my art and whatever comes to my mind that is why i named it StockArt. So now you know what to do.

I hope to see you there. If you have any questions, doubts or perhap a request you can leave me a message on the contact area or write me to my email [imreavel@gmail.com]. I will gladly answer you back. Thanks for your support along the years.

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Lost & Found.

Yesterday thanks to the help of @Arkhangel I finally found some writings I had on a webpage called diary-x.com. I was originally trying to get thru an msn group I used to have way back in 2002 but it got deleted and there is no way of getting anything back. Pretty sad honestly. I lost three years of valuable information posted there.

Anyways after I imported the contents of the ones I did found I also made screenshots of the pages since that was like my first html usage all done by me. I was so proud back then about it. In those days I used to write "poems" but now I just can't do that. sadly.





Friday, November 21, 2008

Just like honey.

Bueno escribire esto ya que llevo tiempo pensando como escribirlo y creo que ya es tiempo. Estoy escribiendo mientras miro al televisor. No se si todo esta bien escrito y la verdad es que no me interesa. Solo quiero escribir aqui esto que tengo.

Una revolucion que no entiendo. No es la primera vez que me ocurre pero me invadio una emocion que no la sentia en tiempo. Aunque es muchas cosas. Se que puede que exagere pero no se que hacer. no es que este ahhh nada que ver.

Como tantas otras veces va a lo mismo a nada. Una ilusion momentanea que compartir. No que me ate pero que me llena momentaneamente del vacio que tengo. Nada que despues de ver Lost in Translation estoy blockeada de muchas maneras.

Quiero el soundtrack de la pelicula. Muy buena la musica. Esta cancion se llama Just like honey y es de la banda Jesus and Mary Chain [an alternative rock band formed in East KilbrideScotland in 1984. The band revolves around the songwriting partnership of brothers Jim and William Reid.]


Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Söndag Week Out.

This past week I was staying at my grandpas house [here and here] helping them out with the house cleaning. It was a lot of work but it got done. Got pretty tired. I even fell on my back but it was all worth it. Didn't had internet just could get online on my phone. Reason why I didnt post all this before.

Forget about the pay just the responsibility of watching and taking care of my granpas is hard. They still think they are young and can become a real pain in the butt. But it is something that you have to go on cuase if you stay on it you might become crazier. Still I love my grandparents and understand it is part of living and getting older.

Anyways I took Söndag with me and she behaved very well. I wanted to take her out to the backyard but that didn't happened it rained the whole time. Bummer! I managed to take some new photos of her. She spent most of the time resting on bed and running around the room. She was nervous cause she doesn't know the place. My batteries died on my so I don't have a lot of photos either but I like them anyways.

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Scene 23 : Lost in Translation : Hey You!


Bob:
Hey, you.

[ Whispering, Indistinct ]

Bob: Okay?

Charlotte: Okay.

Bob: Bye.

Charlotte: Bye.

Bob: Bye.


Side Note: 
"There are things better left unsaid."
Do Watch: The Jesus & Mary Chain: Just Like Honey
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTthr6ixado
Listen to the girl As she takes on half the world Moving up and so alive
In her honey dripping beehive. Beehive
Its good, so good, its so good. So good

Walking back to you Is the hardest thing that I can do
That I can do for you. For you

Ill be your plastic toy, For you

Eating up the scum Is the hardest thing for Me to do


Monday, November 17, 2008

Scene 16 : Lost in Translation : Hopeless


Charlotte: Let's never come here again, 'cause it would never be as much fun.

Bob: Whatever you say. You're the boss.

Charlotte: I'm stuck. Does it get easier?

Bob: No. Yes. It gets easier.

Charlotte: Oh, yeah? Look at you.

Bob: Thanks. The more you know who you are, and what you want, the less you let... things upset you.

Charlotte: Yeah. I just don't know what I'm supposed to be. You know? I tried being a writer, but... I hate what I write. And I tried taking pictures, but they're so mediocre, you know. Every girl goes through a photography phase. You know, like horses? You know? Take, uh, dumb pictures of your feet.

Bob: You'll figure that out. I'm not worried about you. Keep writing.

Charlotte: But I'm so mean.

Bob: Mean's okay.

Charlotte: Yeah? What about marriage? Does that get easier?

Bob: That's hard. We used to have a lot of fun. Lydia would come with me when I made the movies, and we would laugh about it all. Now she doesn't want to leave the kids, and... she doesn't... need me to be there. The kids miss me, but they're fine. It gets a whole lot more complicated when you have kids.

Charlotte: Yeah. It's scary.

Bob: It's the most terrifying day of your life the day the first one is born.

Charlotte: Yeah. Nobody ever tells you that.

Bob: Your life, as you know it, is gone. Never to return. But they learn how to walk, and they learn how to talk, and... and you want to be with them. And they turn out to be the most... delightful people... you will ever meet in your life.

Charlotte: Hmm, that's nice.

Bob: Where'd you grow up?

Charlotte: Um, I grew up in New York, and I moved to Los Angeles when John and I got married. But it's so different there.

Bob: Yeah, I know.

Charlotte: John thinks I'm so snotty.

Bob: Hmm. You're not hopeless.

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

May I Salute You?

Today is Veterans day. I myself have the honor of having two veterans in my house. My grandparent from my mother side participate on the WW1. My dad's dad was about to depart for WW2 when the U.S. announced their "Victory". My dad went to Vietnam and came back.

Today is a day to pay respect to all those man and women that battle everyday with bravery and courage leaving everything they have behind. To those that gave their lives for our so called freedom and those that are still fighting to keep it. I salute them with the honor and respect they deserve but is lightly given by the goverment, the same military and citizens overall.

I found this around on the net. I think it is something we should read and take action on making it a reality.


May I Salute You?
By Patricia Salwei [taken from here]

I approached the entrance to Ft Belvoir's medical facility last year as an old veteran puttered towards me. Easily over 80 years old, stooped and slow, I barely gave him a second glance because on his heels was a full bird colonel.

s they approached, I rendered a sharp salute and barked, "Good morning, Sir!" Because they were heel to toe, I began my salute, as the old veteran was about two paces from me. He immediately came to life! Transformed by my greeting, he rose to his full height, returned my salute with pride, and exclaimed, "Good morning, Captain!" I was startled, but the full bird behind him was flabbergasted. The colonel stopped in mid-salute, smiled at me and quietly moved on.

s I entered the clinic, the utter beauty of the encounter preoccupied me. What prompted the old man to assume that I was saluting him? Perhaps he just thought, "It's about time!" After all, doesn't a WWII vet outrank us all? I turned my attention to the waiting room taking a moment to survey the veterans there. Service people rushed around, loudspeakers blared, the bell for the prescription window kept ringing. It was a whir of activity and the older veterans sat quietly on the outside seemingly out of step, patiently waiting to be seen. Nobody was seeing. My old friend stayed on my mind. I began to pay attention to the military's attitude towards its veterans.

Predominately, I witnessed indifference: Impatient soldiers and airmen plowing over little old ladies at the commissary; I noticed my own agitation as an older couple cornered at the Officer's Club and began reminiscing about their tour in Germany. To our disgrace, I have also witnessed disdain: At Ramstein AB terminal, an airman was condescending and borderline cruel with a deaf veteran flying Space A; An ancient woman wearing a WACS button was shoved aside by a cadet at the Women's Memorial dedication in D.C.; A member of the Color Guard turned away in disgust from a drunk Vietnam vet trying to talk to him before the Veterans Day Ceremony at the Vietnam Wall.

Have you been to a ceremony at the Wall lately? How about a Veteran's Day Parade in a small town? The crowds are growing faint. Why do we expect the general public to care if we don't? We are getting comfortable again. Not many of us around that have been forced to consider making the ultimate sacrifice. Roughly 60% of today's active duty Air Force did not even participate in Desert Storm. I always lament about the public's disregard for the military. I do not count all the days I stayed in bed instead of going to a ceremony or parade. It was my day to be honored and I deserved to sleep in.

It's just like a 28-year-old, whose weapon was "Microsoft PowerPoint Slide Presentation" during the last conflict, to complain about recognition. Sometimes I wonder who is going to come to our parades in 20 years; will anybody look me up in the Women's Memorial Registry? The answer lies in the present. We will be honored as we honor those who have gone before us. The next generation is watching.
It is not my intention to minimize the selfless service of our modern military; my comrades are the greatest people I know (and frankly should be treated better). But, lately I'm wondering if the public's attitude towards the military isn't just a reflection of the active duty military's attitude towards its own veterans. It's time to ask - do we regard them, do we consider them at all? How does our attitude change when the hero is no longer wearing a uniform? I was proud to wear my uniform. Can I admit that I thought I was cool? There is no denying that there is something about our profession, combined with youth that feeds the ego a little. We have all seen a young pilot strut into the Officer's Club with his flight suit on. He matters; he takes on the room; he knows he can take on the world.

But, one day he will leave his jet for a desk, and eventually he will have to hang up that flight suit. A super hero hanging up his cape....

How will we measure his value then? He will no longer look like a pilot, an officer, a colonel. He'll just look like an old man coming out of the clinic with his prescription. But, is he less of a hero? Will anybody remember or care about all the months he spent away from his newborn daughter while making peace a possibility in the Balkans? Probably not.

Our society has a short memory. Maybe it is not for the protected to understand. Rather, it is my hope that when a young lieutenant walks by him they will each see themselves reflected in the other-one's future, the other's past. In that moment, perhaps, the lieutenant will also see the hero, now disguised as an old man, and thank him. The truth is there are heroes in disguise everywhere. I use to wonder why people would want to chat with me when I was in uniform - telling me about their four years as a radio operator in Korea. So what? I wasn't impressed relative to my own experiences. Now I understand that they were telling me because nobody else cared. Proud of their service, no matter how limited, and still in love with our country, they were trying to stay connected. Their stories were code for: "I understand and appreciate you, can you appreciate me?" The answer is, yes.

I separated from the Air Force in February. I'm out of the club. Still, I want you to know that I'll attend the parades, visit the memorials, and honor you. All this while my kids and your kids are watching. Then, maybe, someday when I'm an old woman riding the metro, a young airman will take a moment of her time to listen to one of my war stories. I, in turn, will soak in her beauty and strength, and remember. Today, as I reflect on my adventures in the Air Force, I'm thinking of that ancient warrior I collided with at Ft Belvoir. I'm wondering where he is, if he's still alive, if it's too late to thank him. I want to start a campaign in his honor - Salute A Veteran. What a great world this would be if all our elderly veterans wore recognition pins, and we would salute them even if we were out of uniform and saw them coming out of a Seven Eleven. Yes, this started out as a misunderstanding on my part. But, now I get it. That day was the first time in my life that I really understood what it meant to salute someone.

Dear Veteran, I recognize and hail you! I do understand what I have and what you have given to make it possible. So I'm wondering if we meet on the street again - may I salute you?

Monday, November 10, 2008

Sondag "hunting"

So this is my dear cat "hunting" down a lizard that she have been following for like an hour. Been watching and watching until she finally got to him. Still she didnt harmed him çause he was outside the window screen. Oh! but she was sure she had him dead.

Like you have seen she is a great climber. I was trying to get her before she did that but when I stand up to get her she was already hanging on the screen. Remember that she was sterilized on friday so I've to keep her calmed so she doesnt ruined the surgery. She still haves an appointment to cut out the stitches. At least I know she is doing fine and that everything went just perfect on the surgery. Crazy cat. Gotta love her.



Friday, November 07, 2008

Vacunas y Esterlizacion

Hoy 7 de noviembre finalmente y oficialmente fue la primera visita de Söndag al veterinario. Esto me pone bien contenta.

Ayer en la mañana despues de cambiarle sus alimentos la menina se fue para la calle como suele hacer siempre pero en esta ocasion note algo extraño. Habia un gato o gata y ella estaba jugando/coqueteando con el. Eso no me gusto para nada porque me puede traer gatitos los cuales no puedo mantener.

Despues de ver tal situacion y perder la cita que tenia en el [dispensario/control de animales municipal] el pasado sabado me dije Esto no puede seguir asi. Va un dia y sorpresa. Como madre responsable que soy tome la guia telefonica y me dedique a buscar un lugar donde mi niña pudiera ser atendida y operada/esterlisada.

Luego de llamar a 7 lugares el ganador o mas conveniente para mi y mi presupuesto fue Campo Rico Animal Clinic [787 769 7891]. En este lugar me cobraron $100 por vacunas y esterilizacion. Tambien les dije que queria que la bañaran y me salio todo en $125. No esta nada mal en comparacion a la primera llamada que hice que me cobraban $160 solo por la esterlizacion [No, gracias]. Asi que me dieron las especificaciones que tenia que estar en ayuna.



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Esta mañana como a las 8:30am fui y la lleve el lugar estaba vacio. Llene el record de la niña ella estaba nerviosa y la deje alli luego de pagar. Despues de estar todo el dia en la calle de paso le compre unas cositas a la menina [un harness nuevo 'pink', un leash y shampoo] y a eso de las 3:30pm me llaman del veterinario para decirme que mi niña ya estaba ready pa recoger. Estaba nerviosa y contentisima.

Fuimos a recoger a la menina y ella todavia estaba sedada [ditoooo!!!]. Me dieron las nuevas instrucciones: no comida hasta despues de las 9pm, dejarla descansando, no patio, solo tranquilidad. Debo llevarla en 10 dias para cortarle los puntos. En la oficina dieron una libretita donde apuntaran todas las visitas, vacunas, tratamientos, baños, etc. Adicional me dieron la chapa que indica que esta vacunada contra la rabia [importante]. Por fin se cuanto tiempo tiene y pues segun el doctor ella tiene de 6-7 meses. Ahora solo falta comprar la del nombre y direccion.

Ahora solo queda esperar a que coma y este de vuelta a su rutina diaria. Llevarla el año proximo a su cita de vacuna y mantenerle todo al dia. I love this cat.



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Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Obama is the president of dreams.


Yesterday History was made. The United States of America haves a black president leading them. This is the dream that Martin Luther King, Jr. had back in 1963 and the same idea Lincoln had when he talked about a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal in November of 1963.

Last night both speeches became real. Finally after more than 140 years a black man sits on the Presidential chair to lead the United States into a new and diverse future. Proving once and again that those tortures, hard times, war times, protests, negligence and deaths weren't in vane. The ex-senator Barack Obama for Illinois becomes a new dream. This is a huge step not only for the black community but for the rest of the minority in the states.

Many said and believed that this could or would never happen. The people of the United States have prove them wrong and against all odds they voted for him to take place and charge of the country. He filled the citizenship with hope of a new and diverse future full of stability and security. It wont be easy it never is but with God's help and the good will of the people it can be done. It is not a fairy tale. It is reality and it will be done.

This is a new beginning. A new time in history. If you don't want to miss it stay tune cause it is just starting.

"Yes, we can heal this nation. Yes, we can seize our future. And as we leave this great state with a new wind at our backs, and we take this journey across this great country, a country we love, with the message we've carried from the plains of Iowa to the hills of New Hampshire, from the Nevada desert to the South Carolina coast, the same message we had when we were up and when we were down, that out of many we are one, that while we breathe we will hope, and where we are met with cynicism and doubt and fear and those who tell us that we can't, we will respond with that timeless creed that sums up the spirit of the American people in three simple words: Yes, we can."

- Barack Obama’s South Carolina Primary Speech
[January 26 2008]

"If there is anyone out there who still doubts that America is a place where all things are possible; who still wonders if the dream of our founders is alive in our time; who still questions the power of our democracy, tonight is your answer.

It's the answer told by lines that stretched around schools and churches in numbers this nation has never seen; by people who waited three hours and four hours, many for the very first time in their lives, because they believed that this time must be different; that their voice could be that difference.

It's the answer spoken by young and old, rich and poor, Democrat and Republican, black, white, Latino, Asian, Native American, disabled and not disabled -- Americans who sent a message to the world that we have never been a collection of Red States and Blue States: we are, and always will be, the United States of America.

It's the answer that led those who have been told for so long by so many to be cynical, and fearful, and doubtful of what we can achieve to put their hands on the arc of history and bend it once more toward the hope of a better day.

It's been a long time coming, but tonight, because of what we did on this day, in this election, at this defining moment, change has come to America."

- Barack Obama Presidential Acceptance Speech
[November 4 2008. Chicago, Illinois]

Monday, November 03, 2008

Tributo Azteca

El joven ~mictlantectli con quien colabore haciendo el cojin [link] de su personaje Mic [Mictlantecutli] ha hecho un libro digital en formato pdf. llamado Tributo Azteca sobre las colaboraciones de los artistas en dicha actividad.

Este trabajo me intereso al principio por que eran calaveras y me encantan las calaveras. Luego cuando veo que es todo parte de promover su cultura me intereso mas. Es importante promover la cultura de tu pais y ver jovenes interesados aun en siglo 21 con toda la tecnologia ir a sus raices y explotarlas/compartirlas es muy motivador.


Hola a todos aprovechando la fecha les informo que ya esta en linda y listo para descargar el Libro digital del tributo azteca o Jam del mostro, decidi hacer mejor un libro digital ya que todos los trabajos son muy buenos y merecen verse en indvidual, muchas gracias a todos los que participaron me siento muy Feliz por su respuesta!!

Pueden descargarlo aqui: [link] o tambien pueden visitar la pagina de la casa del mostro donde nos encargaremos de difundir su arte! [link]

Gracias a:

:iconkimi-mo: :iconsalvax: :iconroborock: :iconreavel: :iconarcaos: :iconaruswrath: :iconvanzero: :iconemmeraldelle: :iconantoniocardenaslopez: :iconetenar::iconzorro-rojinegro: :iconibuki-san: :iconraksodsgn:

*La nota de ~mictlantectli  la pueden encontrar en esta pagina [link] y tambien visiten las paginas de los artistas envueltos en la colaboracion

Sunday, November 02, 2008

A Facebook Page

Hey,

I just opened a Facebook Page for my art work.

If you would like to visit, comment, admire, criticize, love, hate or whatever you feel like my art you are welcome to join the page. Remember that you must have a Facebook account to do that.

By joining you will get updates on my artworks and news of whatever Im doing at the moment.

Remember to always support art locally and internationally.
Artist need support and motivation.


My FaceBook Page

Saturday, November 01, 2008

The New Office

I started working in this place back in 2003 I think I don't even remember anymore. Thing is that it was a printshop then management changed and we stayed doing only the mailing part of the magazine. I work doing the mailing process. I am the one in charge of delivering the magazine the way the post office demands and boy do they ask for stuff.

Anyways. I always went to work had many troubles cause none of the things were mine and still I had to check up that everything was there. People went in and out of the place so I gave up and didnt care at the end if things strangely disappear 'cause I addressed this problems to my bosses and they didn't care so why should I. I have enough issues working with the mailing already so whatever.

Since last month there have been rumors that we were going to be moved to other place 'cause they needed my space to make a room for guests. I was like about damn time. I've been asking for a new place or for them to fix it some how along the years but never happened. There are a lot of useless machines from the printshop and other people stuff like it was a garage or something. The last thing/ huge problem we had were rats. Huge rats. So yes I wanted to move ASAP.

Thing is that this week on monday they tell me hey we are going to move you were the library used to be. I was like well that is good. I like that place it is smaller more private and I can control everything and best of all no one haves to go there except for me or my co-workers.

Tuesday I get to work and all of the sudden I have to move out 'cause they are starting construction. They are late and the room haves to be done by end of the month. Confusion cause I have a lot of stuff to move, tables, trays, desks, the magazine that is in order already. To make things worst I wasn't going to be around to see if they moved the right things and leave them in order. I just had time to point out the things I needed and leave to the post office to deliver the issue we already had ready. So I leave and when I come back it is all moved to my "new" office.

It bothered me that I've been asking for them to do something there. Make it more human habitat and it never happened. Now out of the blue just 'cause they need the place for some guests it is all done. Years asking for them to do this and in one fucking day it is done. Still I am quite happy that we moved what I didnt like was the bad timing and no notice about the so soon moving part. In two days I organized and cleaned the whole thing. We now have our own little space . There are no other keys to get in besides mine which means PRIVACY finally no one running randomly thru my working space. I have a microwave, toaster, fridge, TV [working on the dvd HA!], great A/C and lots of space to work. Oh, the best part is NO freaking RATS!!!

>> the place I used to work at.

>> This is the way it looks now empty. They are making a room.

>> This is the place we moved to before the moving. [it was a "library"]

>> This is the way my NEW OFFICE looks now :D

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